by jaggi on May 30, 2011 Vehicle: 1999 Infiniti QX4 4dr SUV 4WD
I got a Qx4 when I started school, it had 280,000 km on at at that time. Well, I drove it for three years without doing *any* maintenance at all except wiper blades.
It was at 320 then, and I had to get the front brakes done. While I was there the mechanic said I should get the timing belt done too, he said they are supposed to be done every 100k and this one had never been replaced.
I finished school and told myself I would drive it until it died and then buy a new car.
Three years went by and it never died. I had to replace one oxygen sensor and they fiddled with a wire once because of a nock sensor. I sold it 2 weeks ago at 367k (kilometers) and I can't believe how it held its value!
by egghead on Sep 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Infiniti QX4 4dr SUV 4WD
I have a second home in Mammoth Lakes CA average 330 inches of snow a year. It is 320 miles from LAX. I have owned this car for 11 years and have 128000 miles. Just change the fluids and belts at 95000 and its runs better than it did when it was new. Started using Amsoil and now get 19mpg on the highway. Car should go 300,000 easily if maintained. Best snow car ever!!!
by Honest John on Jun 4, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Infiniti QX4 4dr SUV 4WD
Great looking, quality construction, poor gas mileage, very underpowered. No real repairs until 120,000 miles, since then repair cost more than two thousand five hundred dollars. I would not buy this car again due to poor gas mileage and lack of engine power.
by Ken on May 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Infiniti QX4 4dr SUV 4WD
This is a really well built SUV. Previous owner had zero problems since buying new and had all records. There was a small front seal leak at 125K but these were replaced prior to purchase as well as the water pump just as a precaution. Very quiet and smooth compared to its Pathfinder sibling.
by Oman on May 23, 2008 Vehicle: 1999 Infiniti QX4 4dr SUV 4WD
Bad fuel economy but inpressive quality It just won't die. I have kept good care of it and it just keeps on tickin' Great vehicle to buy second hand even if the milage is high because it most likely will last for 300000 miles
Infinity Motors and their parrent Nisson have discontinued the manufacture and distribution of the rear spoiler (deflector) for the model years 1997-2003. What are they thinking? Again customer ser?...
1999 Infinty QX4 with 97,500 miles. As far as gas milege goes reg unleaded gives me 17.3 mile per gallon and plus gives me 17.8 miles per gallan 80% freeway and 20% city, Personaly not enough to reall...
Out here in San Diego you can get a 1999 QX4 for under $20K with 60K miles. You can get a new QX4 for invoice plus a $2K rebate which would put a fully loaded new QX4 at just over $33K (no entertainm...
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